Thirty-five years after the fall of South Vietnam, an ex-war correspondent releases for the first time his photos of terrified refugees fleeing North Vietnamese troops who would only weeks later control the entire country.
A look back at Vietnam from 1954 to the present.
Chinese authorities plan to rebuild the ancient Silk Road city of Kashgar to make it earthquake-proof, but a sanctuary of ancient Uyghur architecture and culture could be lost forever.
Test your knowledge about the Tonle Sap, dragon boat races, and fresh water dolphins in Cambodia.
Residents and rescue workers struggle to save those who survived a major earthquake in China's Qinghai province.
A resident of the Yushu Tibetan region in China's northwestern Qinghai province spent two days documenting the fallout from a 7.1 magnitude earthquake there. Warning: Contains disturbing images.
A small, persecuted Muslim ethnic minority—in Burma for centuries but denied citizenship by the ruling junta—finds itself vulnerable and unwelcome around the world.
Nural Islam, a top Rohingya leader, says his people are persecuted in Burma, and are unwanted as refugees in Bangladesh and in Southeast Asian countries.
An academic and an activist describe Burma’s harsh treatment of the Rohingya. They also provide accounts of conditions in refugee camps in Bangladesh.